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A cement is a binder, which is a chemical compound used in building that hardens, sets, and adheres to other materials to bond them together. Cement is rarely utilised on its own; rather, it is used to bond sand and gravel together.
Cement mixed with fine aggregate creates mortar for construction, and cement mixed with sand and gravel creates concrete. Concrete is the most frequently used substance on the earth, trailing only water as the most utilised resource.
The Latin America Cement market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Cement and Concrete production in Latin America and the Caribbean with a focus on the goals of reaching carbon neutrality.
Due to the chemical emissions produced during the manufacturing process of cement, maintaining carbon neutrality in order to combat global warming is becoming an increasingly difficult task for all businesses.
One of the key methods to reduce the carbon footprint has been lowering the clinker factor for many years. With the rise of novel supplementary cementitious materials, further reductions in the clinker content of cements become likely.
This prospective contribution only covers a small portion of the carbon emissions reductions necessary to reach carbon neutrality in the ensuing decades.
The current state of the cement business in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as global potential and tactics to lessen cement and concrete’s carbon footprint and how they might be tailored to local circumstances.
The potential contributions of industrialization and quality control are also highlighted in addition to the description of newly developed supplementary cementitious materials. Additionally, standardisation and geographic restrictions are examined. Due to the unique opportunities for human growth, regional factors are taken into account.
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